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Supreme Court rejects appeal of bin Laden propagandist

FOXNews.com Tuesday, 10 October 2017 ()
The Supreme Court has rejected the appeal of Usama bin Laden's one-time assistant and propagandist, leaving intact his conspiracy conviction before a military tribunal.
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